Food & Recipes

'Human Lab: Old-School Cooking' with Sara Moulton

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Aired June 6, 2014

<p>Self-proclaimed kitchen &ldquo;gadget nerd&rdquo; Sara Moulton says there&rsquo;s a lot of value to be found in some of the old-school cooking methods. So she&rsquo;s the perfect chef to be on-hand for our newest &ldquo;Human Lab&rdquo;! Viewers are testing three new, modernized kitchen products based off old fashioned methods which claim to help solve common cooking problems.</p> <p>R&ouml;mertopf&reg; Glazed Clay Cooker &ndash; it claims nothing will burn or overcook in it leaving meats and vegetables moist, flavorful and cooked to perfection.</p> <p>Wonderbag &ndash; heat retention cooker that works without additional use of fuel and claims to never overcook or burn your food.</p> <p>Camerons&reg; Stovetop Smoker &ndash; it claims it can smoke foods of all types right on your home stove.</p>

Self-proclaimed kitchen “gadget nerd” Sara Moulton says there’s a lot of value to be found in some of the old-school cooking methods. So she’s the perfect chef to be on-hand for our newest “Human Lab”! Viewers are testing three new, modernized kitchen products based off old fashioned methods which claim to help solve common cooking problems.

Römertopf® Glazed Clay Cooker – it claims nothing will burn or overcook in it leaving meats and vegetables moist, flavorful and cooked to perfection.

Wonderbag – heat retention cooker that works without additional use of fuel and claims to never overcook or burn your food.

Camerons® Stovetop Smoker – it claims it can smoke foods of all types right on your home stove.

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